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Fraley’s Robot Repair

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Fraley’s Robot Repair!

Fraley’s Robot Repair is a public art installation disguised as a fictional business. The artist behind this installation is Toby Atticus Fraley, a multidisciplinary artist based in the Pittsburgh area.

The maker tells us the project uses an Adafruit Wave Shield too!

The artist also sent us this note:

You posted my Robot Repair shop!!! I really appreciate it. It’s awesome seeing something I made on a blog I love and check daily. Also I didn’t mention this earlier but I’m completely self taught in the electronics field through sites such as yours in particular. The great tutorials and product descriptions have really helped in the realization of new works. Please keep it up!


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3 Comments

  1. I got really excited for a second, I thought it was a real store until I read the caption :'(

  2. There is also a “Liberty Street Robot & Repair” in Ann Arbor – you can buy parts there, but it is actually a nonprofit creative workshops for kids and reading center

  3. this is very cool! 🙂 very well done!

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